restore your old .htaccess (that you should always save before installing such a plugin)
otherwise edit .htaccess, the WP better Sec. parts are separated.
If you want to retry, Then do not enable WPSec all options at once, but one at the time.
One of my developer clients had the same problem with the latest version of the plugin. After restoring a copy of the .htaccess file generated by an older version of the plugin, his client’s site is back up and running.
I should note that this is a temporary fix at best, even if the settings for the plugin aren’t changed. Without a thorough inspection of the plugin’s code and a fix for the issue, there’s no telling what might happen moving forward.
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